Tylicki: ‘Long road in front of me’
Freddy Tylicki has tweeted about the "long road in front of me" after being left with paralysis of the lower half of his body following a fall at Kempton Park.
Freddy Tylicki: 'Thank you every single one for all the support!'
Tylicki was one of four riders involved in the four-horse pile-up on October 31, being airlifted to St George's Hospital in Tooting, where it later emerged he had suffered a T7 paralysis, meaning he has movement in the upper half of his body but not the lower.
Writing on his Twitter account, Tylicki said: "Struggling and fighting !!!!
"Thank you every single one for all the support!
"Here is to a long road in front of me!
"Much love everyone!"
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